Photo: Courtesy of Aurelio Ramos NEW YORK (December 2, 2019) – Today, the National Audubon Society announced the addition of Aurelio Ramos as senior vice president for the International Alliances Program. Prior to Audubon, Ramos guided the design and implementation of regional water, sustainability and conservation strategies in Latin America. “With climate change and the
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This private room at Kitten Rescue Sanctuary in Los Angeles is the perfect place to watch tiny kittens eat, play, learn and grow. Watch live and learn more about these kittens on Explore.org @ https://goo.gl/qwlXfN. EXPLORE is the largest live nature cam network on the planet. We bring nature to you, raw, unscripted, and unedited.
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Howick, SOUTH AFRICA – The first of at least five new “vulture safe zones” in Southern Africa are about to take off as private landowners and other partners join the battle to save Africa’s imperilled carrion clean-up birds. Africa’s vulture populations have declined by an average of 62 percent over the last three decades– with
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Humans are faced with a long list of everyday things that can lead to an overstimulated state of being. Often, these events result in a wide variety of unwanted feelings and anxieties.  We are complex beings and therefore fall into complex situations. Our bird companions can become overstimulated too. And as with people, a collection
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These are by far some of the coolest cats around! It’s a cat’s world, we’re just living in it! Watch this compilation of these cool cats living these cool cat lives! The Pet Collective is home to the top trending clips, most entertaining memes, and funniest animal videos online. Simply put, we think animals are
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WWF has collaborated with partners to successfully tag three wild jaguars with special collars, allowing scientists to better monitor and understand the behaviour of this iconic species. The mission, part-funded by WWF-UK and undertaken by WWF-Brazil, theInstituto Onça-PintadaandInstituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade, took place on a protected Amazonian island off the coast of
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Golden-winged Warbler. Photo: Arni Stinnissen/Audubon Photography Awards WASHINGTON (December 5, 2019) – The U.S. House Natural Resources Committee voted today to advance the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act of 2019 (RAWA). Co-sponsored by a growing bipartisan list of Members of Congress, RAWA would provide a dedicated $1.3 billion for states, territories, and the District of Columbia,
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From taking a relaxing bath, to interrupting yoga, these are the funniest cats and kittens you will see all week. The Pet Collective is home to the top trending clips, most entertaining memes, and funniest animal videos online. Simply put, we think animals are the best ever. If you agree, let’s make it YouTube official
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(Picture Credit: Kristina Kohanova / EyeEm/Getty Images) Happy Hanukkah to you and your furry family members! I hope you have a wonderful eight nights celebrating the Festival of Lights with the cats you love. Hanukkah is a time of year for fun and family, and that includes our furry family members. Here are 30 adorable
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Researchers studying a group of dolphins in the Bahamas have made an intriguing discovery: Most of the group had a right-side bias, much in the way that most humans are right-handed. Share on PinterestMost dolphins, like humans, appear to have a right-side bias. Dolphins are cetaceans: water-dwelling mammals. Currently, scientists recognize at least 40 species
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